Javad Zarif, the United Nations ambassador from Iran, a country that has had no diplomatic relations with the United States since 1980, is confined in New York.
A U.S. military commander said Friday that militants used a mock-up in Iran to help plan for a deadly operation in the Iraqi city of Karbala earlier this year.
US spy agencies warned the Bush administration before the Iraq invasion of a post-war Al-Qaeda power grab, and said Iran would also intervene, a congressional panel reported Friday.
US officials led representatives from Japan, France and Britain in talks with the UN atomic agency chief Friday after he criticized their policy on Iran, a State Department spokesman said.
Two US senators proposed Friday appointing a special State Department envoy to improve human rights and democracy in Iran, citing Tehran's "flagrant disregard" for civil liberties.
U.S. and allied envoys met the U.N. nuclear watchdog chief on Friday to complain about remarks they saw as undercutting efforts to shut down Iran's uranium enrichment program, diplomats said.
The U.S. and Iran meet on Monday for the first time since the Iraq war. But the background noise is growing more bellicose
At a time when Iran's government is locked in a standoff with the West over its nuclear program, the director of "Persepolis" says her film is a reminder that Iranians are just like everyone else.
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- U.N. experts inspected a key Iranian nuclear facility Friday, days after the U.N. atomic watchdog agency reported that its knowledge of the country's activities was shrinking because of restrictions on visits.
VIENNA, Austria (Reuters) -- U.S. and allied envoys met the U.N. nuclear watchdog chief on Friday to voice concern about remarks he made suggesting it was too late to get Iran to shut down its uranium enrichment program, diplomats said.